Tod’s, Topshop Open First Men’s Boutiques in Hong Kong
By Erica Ng

The menswear retail market in Hong Kong continues to grow as Tod’s and Topshop both opened their first stores this month.

Aug 31, 2014
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The menswear retail market in Hong Kong continues to grow as Tod’s and Topshop both opened their first stores this month.

Tod’s men’s boutique is located at luxury shopping mall Landmark, featuring a sartorial collection and a customisation service which allow consumers to emboss their initials on shoes and bags.

Topshop’s first Topman in Hong Kong opened in collaboration with Lane Crawford’s younger retailer brand Lab Concept in Admiralty, housing its mainline seasonal ranges edited for the Hong Kong market considering local weather and styles.

International retailers have been expanding their retail presence for menswear across Asia in recent years, either by opening men’s only flagship stores or launching men’s collections. In China, Mango opened its first menswear store H.E. by Mango last year and more recently Michael Kors opening its first store with a men’s accessories area. Last month, 3.1 Phillip Lim opened its first menswear store in Tokyo, offering the brand’s full lineup including apparel, bags, shoes and eyewear.


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